When you close your doors, you have to follow certain formalities so that California knows you are no longer in business. The California Franchise Tax Board has published helpful information to dissolve, surrender, or cancel a business entity in California. In addition to filing final tax returns and paying tax obligations, the appropriate forms must be filed with the California Office of the Secretary of State.
Closing a Business in California
On behalf of Law Office of Williams & Associates, P.C. | Jun 11, 2015 | FTB